Looking for an english poem where all lines in each stanza begin with the same letter using successive letters of the alphabet. Similar to the technique of Psalm 119 in the original hebrew.
I don't know if there are any classic examples, but you might search here:
I apologize if I post this twice. A little new to the system.
However, many thanks for your help. I will take a look at this later in the week. I think you have a remarkable site here.
I have also seen another similar one, but it's not on the net from what I briefly searched. It starts out,
An Austrian Archduke, assaulted and assailed,
Broke Belgium's barriers by Britain bewailed, ...
You can find it in The Book of Humorous Verse by Carolyn Wells.
There is one here:
thanks - I found what I was looking via the above links for and forwarded to those interested in the topic.